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On Thursday, MEPs of the Committee on Civil Liberties will exchange views with the UK Task Force.

Fully democratic and highly transparent decision-making at European level is indispensable to increase citizens’ trust in the EU institutions, according to the Civil Liberties Committee.

EU countries are obliged to prevent unauthorised border crossings into European territory but they also have to ensure respect of fundamental rights, including the right to request asylum.

On Monday Civil Liberties MEPs confirmed with 54 votes in favour, 13 against and 1 abstention their agreement to a new instrument to address dissemination of terrorist content online.

On Friday, Parliament and Council negotiators reached a provisional agreement on justice funds aimed at strengthening democracy, rule of law and fundamental rights in the EU.

The budget for the promotion of democracy, rule of law and fundamental rights across the EU will bump to €1.55 billion for 2021-2027, following a deal between EP and Council negotiators.

On Thursday, MEPs set out Parliament’s views on a common approach to fight terrorism and organised crime, child abuse, disinformation and hybrid threats.

On Thursday, MEPs called on the Commission to act on the European Citizens’ Initiative proposals that aim to enhance cultural and linguistic diversity in the EU.

Current asylum legislation neither ensures fair responsibility sharing among member states nor gives swift access to asylum procedures, to the frustration of MEPs.

On Thursday, Parliament and the Council reached a political agreement on the border management fund for 2021-2027, worth 6.241 billion EUR.